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Label/Question
1.

Sequential Record Identifier

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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2.

Final Weight

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
3.

Probable Electorate Weight

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
4.

M/Original Weight

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
5.

Election Categories

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
6.

Oversample

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
7.

Original Survey

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
8.

flip

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
9.

flip2

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
10.

4-way Rotation/Selection Variable

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
11.

flip4

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
12.

Congressional District

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
13.

Incumbent

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
14.

Freshman/Opposed Status

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
15.

Open Seat Status

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
16.

census region

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
17.

cbs region

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
18.

urbanity

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
19.

msc code

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
20.

Time Zone Codes

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
21.

Day of Survey

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
22.

Day of Week

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


Name
Label/Question
23.

Interviewer ID Number

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
24.

Interviewer's Sex

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
25.

Interviewer's Race

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
26.

Respondent's Sex

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
27.

Was Ever Appointment

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


Name
Label/Question
28.

Compare Prior Generation

Compared to your parents' generation, do you think in general your opportunities to succeed in life are better than theirs, about the same as theirs, or worse than theirs? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
29.

Compare Next Generation

Do you think the future of the next generation of Americans will be better, worse, or about the same as life today?

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
30.

Next Generation Problem

What do you think is the single most important problem for the next generation of Americans to solve?

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
31.

Better Chance Get Ahead

In general, who do you think has a better chance of getting ahead in today's society -- White people, or Black people, or do White people and Black people have about an equal chance of getting ahead in today's society? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
32.

Affirmative Action Programs

In order to make up for past discrimination, do you favor or oppose programs which make special efforts to help minorities get ahead?

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
33.

Nat'l Race Relations

Do you think race relations in the United States are generally good or generally bad?

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
34.

Community Race Relations

Do you think race relations in YOUR COMMUNITY are generally good or generally bad?

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
35.

Neighborhood Race Relations

Do you think race relations in YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD are generally good or generally bad?

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


Name
Label/Question
36.

Work Place Race Relations

How about where you work -- do you think race relations where you work are generally good or generally bad?

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


Name
Label/Question
37.

School-age Children

Do you have any children who are school age?

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
38.

School Race Relations

How about where your oldest child goes to school -- do you think race relations at your child's school are generally good or generally bad? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


Name
Label/Question
39.

Racial Harmony Since 60's

Some people say that since the 1960's there has been a lot of progress in getting rid of racial discrimination. Others say that there hasn't been much real progress for Blacks over that time. Which do you agree with more? Would you say there's been ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
40.

Get Rid of Discrimination

What about for other minority groups? Would you say there's been a lot of progress in getting rid of discrimination or hasn't there been much real progress? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
41.

Importance Improve Race Relations

How important do you think improving race relations is to the future of the United States -- do you think it's one of the most important things we need to do for the future, or it is important, but so are other issues, or it's not that important to ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
42.

Media Talk of Race

These days, do you think the media talks too much about issues of race, talks too little, or talks about the right amount about issues of race? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


Name
Label/Question
43.

Politicians Talk of Race

These days, do you think politicians talk too much about issues of race, talk too little, or talk about the right amount about issues of race? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
44.

Effect of Politicians Talk of Race

Do you think that in the long run that is good for America, bad for America, or don't you think it makes much difference one way or another? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
45.

People Talk of Race

These days, do you think ordinary people talk too much about issues of race, talk too little, or talk about the right amount about issues of race? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
46.

Effect People Talk of Race

Do you think that in the long run that is good for America, bad for America, or don't you think it makes much difference one way or another? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


Name
Label/Question
47.

Comfort Talk About Race

How comfortable do you think most people feel when they have conversations ABOUT race with someone of another race --- very comfortable, somewhat comfortable, somewhat uncomfortable, or very uncomfortable? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
48.

Personal Comfort Talk About Race

What about you? How comfortable do you personally feel when you have a conversation ABOUT race with someone of another race -- very comfortable, somewhat comfortable, somewhat uncomfortable, or very uncomfortable? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
49.

Know Black American history

How much do you feel you know about the history of Blacks in America a lot, some, not much, or nothing at all?

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.


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Label/Question
50.

Black history in schools

How much Black history do you think the public schools in this country teach -- do they teach too much, too little, or about the right amount of Black history? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Poll, June 2000.

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